- Design measures: 6mm wide by 10mm high.
- Made from 1/2" square heat-treated tool steel.
- Beaducation Original Design.
- Made in the USA.
- Arrive coated in oil to prevent rusting.
- Wipe oil away with paper towel. Do not use water.
- If you like this stamp, check out our other succulent design stamps!
Design Stamps are a bit tricky. I highly recommend you practice on some cheap metal before diving into your Sterling Silver or Gold Filled. Click here to purchase a piece of sheet to practice on.
For best results with Design Stamps, make sure there is NO padding under your Bench Block with the exception of a Sandbag, make sure you are working on a stable table, and use a hammer which weighs at least 16 ounces. We recommed a Brass Head Mallet. Feel free to hit the stamp more than once, but hold the stamp steady, making sure you don't shift at all between hits. The more confident you are with the hammer and the strength behind it, the better your impression will be.
Click the TILT & TAP STAMPING METHOD button above for more tips on working with our Design Stamps.
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This little stamp is adorable. I love the detail it has. I might have to purchase all of the succulent type stamps in the future!
That being said - I am just starting to learn metal stamping. I only have a 3mm alphabet stamp set. So, this cactus was probably not the best choice for my 1st design stamp. It is huge. Stamping this design is a little difficult for me as I do not know all of the tricks yet. I am hoping to get better with practice! This is no fault in the stamp itself. I just need more practice myself.
Beaducation has super fast shipping, so I am excited to order more items in the future!
I enjoy finding new ways to use this stamp.
Actually I find easier to get a good impression with the Tilt n Tap method as suggested above.
Another cute plant. I had to get all three of them! Makes a good impression.
So glad I (finally) bought this, it's adorable! Yes, definitely use TnT method to stamp. Love the larger stamps!